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The author of Rouge Male is Geoffrey Household He was born in Bristol and he went to Clifton College from 1914-1919 He also attended Magdalen College where he got his BA in English He moved to the United States in 1929 and died October 4 1988 The book is a suspense-thriller Rouge Male by Geoffrey Household is a good quick book for teenagers and older to read A man whose name is never told throughout the story is caught stalking and attempting to assassinate a political leader and is thrown from a cliff supposedly to his death He miraculously survives the fall and escapes to England but his pursuers do not give up the chase He comes up with many genius plans to evade and hide from his predators but he is finally cornered Even though he has nowhere to go he is not dead yet He waits for the right time kills the enemy and flees the country The main ideas of the story are that even though the odds are against you and it seems impossible to win never give up because there is always a way to succeed Also to use your surroundings to your advantage to think things through whenever you are in a difficult situation and to expect the unexpected If you stay calm and use your head you can overcome any obstacle Like in the book Quive-Smith the bad guy trying to hunt down and kill the main character has the main character stuck underground in a hole and he still managed to kill Quive-Smith get out of the hole and run even after he was severely injured and had not had food for days The story is told in the first person by the main character It didnt read too fast or too slow it read at a nice steady pace It was pretty realistic and most of the characters were believable My favorite part was when the
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